Will Media Report Pat Sajak's Analysis of Celebrity Endorsements?
If any group of citizens is uniquely unqualified to tell someone else how to vote, it’s those of us who live in the sheltered, privileged arena of celebrityhood. It’s one thing to buy an ab machine because Chuck Norris recommends it (he’s in good shape, isn’t he?) or a grill because George Foreman’s name is on it (he’s a great guy, so it must be a great grill!), but the idea of choosing the Leader of the Free World based on the advice of someone who lives in the cloistered world of stardom seems a bit loony to me.Since this category also includes the vast majority of professional journalists (and those who do not live in this privileged world desperately want to), how much are we betting that any of the supposed 'mainstream' media will pick up Human Events' story? Cafferty's emotional complaints are aired in primetime on CNN. Will anyone report Sajak's more reasoned approach? I'm not holding my breath.